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Can't play dvd through pace hd converter box, yellow white and red cables, tried hooking up in front and rear of pace box,
i have a new panasonic plasma, using hdmi cable to hd converter box, can't get picture on screen

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Why are you running hdmi to converter box? Run HDMI cable directly from dvd to new Panasonic plasma. The less things in between, the better the picture.

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